Kimberley R. Isett
Kimberley R. Isett
Professor, Joseph R. Biden, Jr. School of Public Policy and Administration, University of Delaware
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei udel.edu
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Networks in public administration scholarship: Understanding where we are and where we need to go
KR Isett, IA Mergel, K LeRoux, PA Mischen, RK Rethemeyer
Journal of public administration research and theory 21 (suppl_1), i157-i173, 2011
4802011
The evolution of dyadic interorganizational relationships in a network of publicly funded nonprofit agencies
KR Isett, KG Provan
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 15 (1), 149-165, 2005
3312005
Cooperation and compromise: A network response to conflicting institutional pressures in community mental health
KG Provan, KR Isett, HB Milward
Nonprofit and voluntary sector quarterly 33 (3), 489-514, 2004
2222004
Governance and collaboration: An evolutionary study of two mental health networks
HB Milward, KG Provan, A Fish, KR Isett, K Huang
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 20 (suppl_1), i125-i141, 2010
1522010
Motivated to adapt? The role of public service motivation as employees face organizational change
BE Wright, RK Christensen, KR Isett
Public Administration Review 73 (5), 738-747, 2013
1462013
Collaboration and integration of community-based health and human services in a nonprofit managed care system
KG Provan, HB Milward, KR Isett
Health care management review 27 (1), 21-32, 2002
1122002
The state policy context of implementation issues for evidence-based practices in mental health
KR Isett, MA Burnam, B Coleman-Beattie, PS Hyde, JP Morrissey, ...
Psychiatric services 58 (7), 914-921, 2007
1052007
Big data in public affairs
I Mergel, RK Rethemeyer, K Isett
Public Administration Review 76 (6), 928-937, 2016
1042016
Citizen involvement and performance management in special‐purpose governments
T Heikkila, KR Isett
Public Administration Review 67 (2), 238-248, 2007
1042007
Modeling operational decision making in public organizations: An integration of two institutional theories
T Heikkila, KR Isett
The American Review of Public Administration 34 (1), 3-19, 2004
802004
The unbearable emptiness of tweeting—About journal articles
N Robinson-García, R Costas, K Isett, J Melkers, D Hicks
PloS one 12 (8), e0183551, 2017
762017
When change becomes transformation: A case study of change management in Medicaid offices in New York City
KR Isett, SAM Glied, MS Sparer, LD Brown
Public Management Review 15 (1), 1-17, 2013
452013
The role of state mental health authorities in managing change for the implementation of evidence-based practices
KR Isett, MA Burnam, B Coleman-Beattie, PS Hyde, JP Morrissey, ...
Community Mental Health Journal 44 (3), 195-211, 2008
402008
Systems ideologies and street‐level bureaucrats: Policy change and perceptions of quality in a behavioral health care system
KR Isett, JP Morrissey, S Topping
Public Administration Review 66 (2), 217-227, 2006
342006
Managed care and provider satisfaction in mental health settings
KR Isett, AR Ellis, S Topping, JP Morrissey
Community mental health journal 45 (3), 209, 2009
232009
Caveat emptor: What do we know about public administration evidence and how do we know it?
KR Isett, BW Head, G VanLandingham
Public Administration Review 76 (1), 20-23, 2016
222016
Have you been served? The impact of university entrepreneurial support on start-ups’ network formation
SM Breznitz, PA Clayton, D Defazio, KR Isett
The Journal of Technology Transfer 43 (2), 343-367, 2018
192018
Learning from New York City: a case study of public health policy practice in the Bloomberg administration
KR Isett, MJ Laugesen, DH Cloud
Journal of public health management and practice 21 (4), 313-322, 2015
192015
Watching Sausage being made: lessons learned from the co-production of governance in a behavioural health system
KR Isett, J Miranda
Public Management Review 17 (1), 35-56, 2015
162015
10 Network evolution and performance under public contracting for mental health services
KG Provan, HB Milward, KR Isett
Public service performance, 171, 2006
162006
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